A Photographer in North Korea

Monday, 04 June 2018 by

By Loop photographer, Tom McShane I am standing in the queue, passport in hand waiting to head through immigration. It is a ritual I have been through many times before but this time I feel somewhat nervous. I hand over my passport, slightly sweating now, and try to act calm as I look the officer


Shooting funky portraits

Friday, 20 April 2018 by

Loop photographer, James Bellorini, has just finished shooting a major portrait project for an exhibition commissioned by Brighton Fringe: 35 portraits of performers and creators photographed in just over 2 months. We caught up with him and grilled him on his portrait techniques.. Hi James, you have a huge portrait portfolio featuring an eclectic mix of

The Legacy Project

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 by

Loop photographer, Jason Friend, has embarked on a fascinating not-for-profit endeavour called The Legacy Project, to capture the mystifying stone remains of prehistoric sites scattered across the British Isles. Ancient stone circles are a remarkable legacy of Neolithic Britain, their shadowy origins stirring the hushed whispers of fables and legends throughout the ages. With the

How I Got The Shot: Jon Bower

Monday, 21 November 2016 by

Flying from Beijing to Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, we landed and for security reasons or otherwise, were held on the runway for what seemed like days, but was probably only 3 hours. I was sat by the window affording me a great view of a succession of people wandering about on the tarmac below. As is